(UPDATE: 7/9/2016 Slides of the lectures of .NET and available tests on the body of the post)
Guys, this week starts the 2016 Edition of The Developers Conference (TDC) in São Paulo.
Once again I will have the privilege of being able to speak in that which is already one of the largest (if not the largest) for developers of Brazil. Will we meet there?
This year I will give lectures in four different tracks. These are the issues that I will present throughout the week:
.NET trail (Wednesday, 06/07)
Support macros in your application with PowerShell (15:10-16:00)
Have you ever thought about support macros in your application, as do Microsoft Office applications? Or allow your user to customize your ERP using … PowerShell? Come and learn in this talk as he boarded the PowerShell within your application to use it as a macro language.
DevOps .NET track (Thursday, 07/07)
Nightly build + automated Pipeline: your new best friends (12:10-13:00)
Continuous integration is an excellent tool for improving the quality of a development team, but it doesn't solve all problems-among other things because I don't have time to run all the tests for CI. Come see this lecture how to set up a nightly build that takes advantage of automation tools release pipeline to do automatic provisioning environments and execution of automated tests with VSTS, Release Management and Azure (IaaS and PaaS)
Track tests (Friday, 08/07)
Exploratory tests are not synonymous with mess! (11:30-11:45)
Exploratory test for many people is synonymous with something without proceedings or organization-just an excuse to get out sailing for the application and try to find any errors. Nothing further from the truth! Come see this speech as a simple plugin in Chrome can help organize your exploratory testing process, helping in the collection and recording of evidence.
Track II Tests (Saturday, 09/07)
Accelerate and improve! -feedback with automated tests (11:25-12:00)
Many people believe that test automation is a Holy Grail and that Selenium is the answer to all the problems of quality in Web applications. But if your tests are slow and fragile, that they serve? Come see how to use tools such as PhantomJS and Web Performance Tests to speed up and simplify the implementation of automated testing of Web apps.
Go to the event? Want to exchange ideas about these and other subject related to the topic of development of applications? So look for us in the space of the event there Lambda3. I and other Lambdas will be there – will be glad to visit with them!